Cateye COMMUTER CC-COM10W Specifications

CATEYE COMMUTER
ENG
CYCLOCOMPUTER CC-COM10W
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5236759/5308419/6957926 Pat./Design Pat. Pending
CCCOM1W-110930 066600950 3
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are
not expressly approved by CatEye Co., Ltd. May void the user ’s authority to operate the equipment.
WARNING / CAUTION
• Do not concentrate on the computer while riding. Ride safely!
• Install the magnet, sensor, and bracket securely. Check these periodically.
• If a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not leave the computer in direct sunlight for a long period of time.
• Do not disassemble the computer.
• Do not drop the computer to avoid malfunction or damage.
• When you attempt to press MODE with the computer installed to the bracket, press
around the marking section on the surface of the computer. Pressing other sections
strongly may result in malfunction or damage.
• Be sure to tighten the dial of the FlexTight bracket by hand. Tightening it strongly using
a tool, etc. may damage the screw thread.
• When cleaning the computer, bracket and sensor, do not use thinners, benzene, or alcohol.
• A temperature sensor is built in the computer. If the sensor is heated by direct sunlight
or body heat, it may not indicate the temperature correctly.
• Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations.
• LCD screen may be distorted when viewed through polarized sunglass lenses.
Wireless Sensor
The sensor was designed to receive signals within a maximum range of 70 cm, to reduce
chance of interference. When adjusting the wireless sensor, note the following:
• Signals cannot be received if the distance between the sensor and the computer is too large.
• The receiving distance may be shortened due to low temperature and exhausted batteries.
• Signals can be received only when the back of the computer is facing the sensor.
Interference may occur, resulting in incorrect data, if the computer is:
• Near a TV, PC, radio, motor, or in a car or train.
• Close to a railroad crossing, railway tracks, TV stations and/or radar base.
• Using with other wireless devices in close proximity.
Before using the computer, please thoroughly read this manual and keep
it for future reference.
How to install the unit on your bicycle
Preparing the computer
Operation of buttons
Tire circumference
reference table
when the computer is
ETRTO Tire size L (mm)
mounted
on
the
bracket
Battery case cover
47-203 12x1.75
935
LIGHT
MENU
AC
54-203
40-254
47-254
40-305
47-305
54-305
28-349
37-349
32-369
Click
MODE
km/h mph : Speed unit
: Sensor signal reception icon
When using the computer for the first time or resetting to the factory default setting, format according to the following procedure.
1 1. Press and hold the MENU button.
Format (initialize)
MENU
2. Press the AC button.
3. Release the AC button.
(Keep pressing the MENU button.)
4. Release the MENU button.
AC
the speed and temperature unit
2 Select
When MODE is pressed and held, “Speed unit”
and “Temperature unit” will appear for selection.
Select “km/h” or “mph” for the speed unit, and
“°C” or “°F” for the temperature unit.
Unit
selection
MODE
Switch the screen
(press & hold)
MODE
MENU
Register
the setting
the date
3 Set
When MODE is pressed and held, “Date format”,
“Day”, “Month”, and “Year” will appear, in this
order. Press MODE to change the value, and press
MENU to register it. Set the values in the subsequent
settings with in the same procedure.
Switch the screen
Switch D/M and
Register
(press & hold)
M/D or increase
the setting
MENU
MODE the value
MODE
the clock
4 Set
When MODE is pressed and held, “Display format”,
“Hour”, and “Minute” will appear, in this order.
* When 12h is selected, “AM/PM selection” is required.
12h ↔ 24h
(AM ↔ PM) or
MODE increase the value
MODE
Register
Switch the
the setting
screen
(press & hold) MENU
5 Enter the tire circumference of your bicycle in mm.
Enter the tire circumference
* Refer to the tire circumference reference table.
Increase
the value
MODE
Move digits
(press & hold)
MODE
Register the
setting
MENU
6 After you performed the formatting operation, or
To carry over the total distance
purchased a new computer, you can start the total
distance with the value you enter. The total distance
is entered as a 5-digit integer number in km [mile].
* To start the total distance with 0, press MENU without
entering any value, and complete the setting.
MODE
Move digits
(press & hold)
Increase
the value
MODE
MENU
Register the setting
(Finish)
40-355
47-355
32-406
35-406
40-406
47-406
50-406
28-451
37-451
37-501
40-501
47-507
50-507
54-507
25-520
28-540
32-540
25-559
32-559
37-559
40-559
47-559
50-559
54-559
57-559
58-559
75-559
28-590
37-590
37-584
20-571
23-571
25-571
40-590
40-584
25-630
28-630
32-630
37-630
18-622
19-622
20-622
23-622
25-622
28-622
30-622
32-622
35-622
38-622
40-622
42-622
44-622
45-622
47-622
54-622
60-622
12x1.95
14x1.50
14x1.75
16x1.50
16x1.75
16x2.00
16x1-1/8
16x1-3/8
17x1-1/4
(369)
18x1.50
18x1.75
20x1.25
20x1.35
20x1.50
20x1.75
20x1.95
20x1-1/8
20x1-3/8
22x1-3/8
22x1-1/2
24x1.75
24x2.00
24x2.125
24x1(520)
24x3/4
Tubuler
24x1-1/8
24x1-1/4
26x1(559)
26x1.25
26x1.40
26x1.50
26x1.75
26x1.95
26x2.10
26x2.125
26x2.35
26x3.00
26x1-1/8
26x1-3/8
26x1-1/2
650C Tubuler
26x7/8
650x20C
650x23C
650x25C
26x1(571)
650x38A
650x38B
27x1(630)
27x1-1/8
27x1-1/4
27x1-3/8
700x18C
700x19C
700x20C
700x23C
700x25C
700x28C
700x30C
700x32C
700C
Tubuler
700x35C
700x38C
700x40C
700x42C
700x44C
700x45C
700x47C
29x2.1
29x2.3
2
5
3
940
1020
1055
1185
1195
1245
1290
1300
1340
1340
1350
1450
1460
1490
1515
1565
1545
1615
1770
1785
1890
1925
1965
1753
1785
1795
1905
1913
1950
2005
2010
2023
2050
2068
2070
2083
2170
1970
2068
2100
1920
1938
1944
1952
2125
2105
2145
2155
2161
2169
2070
2080
2086
2096
2105
2136
2146
2155
2130
2168
2180
2200
2224
2235
2242
2268
2288
2326
Measure more accurate tire circumference (L) of your bike
To get the most
accurate calibration
do a wheel roll out.
With the valve stem
perpendicular to the
ground, mark the
pavement at the valve
stem. With the riders
weight on the bike,
roll the wheel one tire
revolution in a straight
line and mark the
ground when the valve
stem is perpendicular
to the ground again.
Measure the distance in
millimeters. This is the
most accurate wheel
calibration number.
L mm
1Bracket band
2Bracket
3Nut
4Sensor
5Magnet
6Sensor rubber pad
7Bracket rubber pad
8Nylon ties (x2)
4
1
7
6
8
Install the sensor and magnet
A The distance between the computer
B
Sensor zone
and the sensor must not exceed the
transmission range of 70 cm. The back The magnet
of the computer must face the sensor. passes
through the
sensor zone.
YES!
NO!
SENS
OR ZO
Right front fork
(inside)
NE
4 5
C
4
The clearance
between the 5
sensor and
magnet is 5
mm or less.
Max
70 cm
SE
NS
OR
ZO
NE
mmm
5m
* The magnet may be installed anywhere on the spoke
if the above installation conditions are satisfied.
1 Install the sensor
4
6
SENS
OR
ZONE
2 Install the magnet
Right front fork
Spoke on the right
8
Pull
securely
SEN
SOR
5
ZON
E
To the sensor zone
* Install the sensor to the front fork as high as possible.
3 Attach the bracket to the stem or handlebar
When attaching the bracket to the stem Stem
7
2
Cut
1
Caution:
Round off the cut edge
of the bracket band to
prevent injury.
When attaching the bracket to the handlebar
* On account of the receiving sensitivity, attach the
bracket so that the computer is kept horizontal.
Handlebar
7
1
3
2
4 Remove/install the computer
While supporting it by hand,
* For wing type handlebar or oversized stem,
bracket can be mounted using the Bracket
Holder and nylon ties. (Option)
Click
2
push it out as if lifting
the front up
* After installation, check that the speed is displayed on the computer when gently turning the
front wheel. When it is not displayed, check the positions of A , B and C .
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Operating the computer [Measuring screen]
Viewing the data view and changing the settings [Menu screen]
Data at the top row display
: Pace arrow
Indicates whether the current speed is faster ( ) or
slower ( ) than the average speed.
: Night mode icon
: Computer battery icon
The ETA estimated time of arrival
or current speed is displayed.
ETA progress graph
Pressing MENU on the measuring screen moves to the menu screen for setup change. With
the Menu screen, you can view the data view, and change the computer settings. Press MODE
to change to the item of interest, and then press and hold MODE to select the menu item.
* For details of DST VIEW and CO2 VIEW, refer to the “Data view”.
Press and hold MODE on any screen to view past data (yesterday,
Data view * last
week, last month, last year). Pressing MODE again returns
Selected mode at the middle row
Temperature display
-20 – 60 ˚C
* With the measuring screen, the clock
and the temperature are always displayed at the bottom row.
to the current data.
* Selecting Total allows you to also view the total elapsed time.
MENU
DST VIEW (Data view: Distance)
Clock display
The trip distance is displayed for the day, week, month, year, and total.
AM1:00 – PM12:59 [0:00 – 23:59]
Today
Starting/Stopping measurement
ETA
Measurements start automatically
when the bicycle is in motion. During
measurement, km/h or mph flashes.
AM1:00 – PM12:59
[0:00 – 23:59]
Switching computer function
As shown in the figure, pressing
MODE changes the measurement
data at the top/bottom row display.
SPD Current speed
Resetting data
0.0 (4.0) – 99.9 km/h
[0.0 (3.0) – 62.5 mph]
Backlight
TM
MODE
This year
MODE
Total
MODE
MODE
MODE
* Total elapsed time displays up to 9999 hours.
CO2 VIEW (Data view: Carbon offset)
The Carbon offset are displayed for the day, week, month, year, and total.
Today
This week
This month
This year
MODE
Total
Elapsed Time
0:00'00 – 9:59'59
Pressing LIGHT turns on the screen
illumination for about 3 seconds.
MODE
MODE
* Pressing any button while backlight is still on
extends the illumination for another 3 seconds.
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)
DST Trip Distance
0.00 – 999.99 km [mile]
Pressing and holding LIGHT turns on ,
night mode will activate. Night mode is a
function to control the screen illumination
by pressing MODE. Pressing MODE turns
on the illumination, and pressing it again
changes the selected mode. While
is
turned on, if you press and hold LIGHT, or
the computer does not receive a signal for
10 minutes, night mode will be turned off.
Setting screen
0.0 – 99.9 km/h
[0.0 – 62.5 mph]
MODE
(press & hold)
MODE
* Refer to the tire circumference reference table.
MODE
Date format setting
To set the target trip distance, you can select automatic setting or manual setting.
Select the date display format from “D/M (day and month)” or “M/D
(month and day)”.
• Automatic setting (AUTO)
Once you perform the resetting operation, the trip distance just before resetting is
automatically set as a target trip distance.
* The date cannot be changed. When the date must be changed, perform the
“restarting operation”, and follow the relevant procedure.
MODE
Clock setting
The distance from your departure point to your destination point is set manually
from the “Target trip distance setting” on the Menu screen.
* For the setting procedure, refer to the “Target trip distance setting” on the Menu screen.
* When the estimated time of arrival is estimated to be after 24 hours, the estimated time of arrival
display changes to ET. When the estimated time of arrival is estimated to be within 24 hours, it
returns to the estimated time of arrival display.
* The estimated time of arrival is not fixed, but changes according to the trip conditions (speed, stop, etc.).
* When the unit reaches the target trip distance, it changes to the ETA screen regardless of the
measuring screen displayed, and then returns to the original measuring screen in 5 seconds after
notifying the arrival. The ETA “Estimated time of arrival” stops while displaying the current time;
however, the computer continues measuring.
ETA progress graph
Once the target trip distance is set, you can view the progress in a graph, where the
distance from your departure point to your destination point is divided into 10 segments. The current progress position appears and flashes.
* Refer to “Estimated time of arrival” for details.
* It is necessary to perform the resetting operation in advance. Refer to “Resetting data”.
Enter the tire circumference of your bicycle in mm. Pressing MODE increases the value, and pressing and holding MODE moves to the next digit.
(Setting range: 0100 – 3999 mm)
)
• Manual setting (MANU)
* During measurement, or if the computer receives a sensor
signal, the unit does not switch to the setting screen.
* After changing, be sure to press MENU to register the setting.
* If the setting screen is not touched for a minute, the measuring screen appears without changing of any settings.
Tire size entry
ETA estimated time of arrival and progress graph
* Automatic setting is applied once you change the “Target trip distance setting” on the Menu screen
to AUTO. For the setting procedure, refer to the “Target trip distance setting” on the Menu screen.
MODE
Set the target trip distance for calculating the ETA. Press MODE to
select “AUTO (automatic setting)” or “MANU (manual setting)”. When
MANU is selected, first long press the MODE button to flash the figures.
Then press MODE to increase the value. Shift the digit by long pressing
the MODE button. (Setting range: 0 – 999 km [mile])
0.0 (4.0) – 99.9 km/h
[0.0 (3.0) – 62.5 mph]
When you set the distance from your departure point to your destination point, the estimated
time of arrival at the destination point will be estimated and displayed based on the remaining distance and the average speed, and the progress in distance is displayed in a graph.
MODE
Target trip distance setting
MXS Maximum Speed
If the computer has not received a *1 With the computer installed to the bracket, press
the marking section on the computer.
signal for 10 minutes, power-saving
mode will activate and only the date/ *2 When Tm exceeds about 27 hours or Dst exceeds
999.99 km, the average speed display turns to .E,
clock will be displayed. When you
thus it cannot be measured. Reset the data.
press MODE, or the computer receives a sensor signal, the measuring
screen reappears. If another 60 minutes of inactivity elapses, SLEEP will be displayed on
the screen. With the SLEEP display, pressing MODE returns to the measuring screen.
MODE
MODE
Date
Year Week
Year Month
Year
Total elapsed time
(press
* All the carbon offset displays up to 99999 kg in integral number except for
MODE & hold)
today, yesterday, this and last week.
AVS Average Speed *2
Power-saving mode
Estimated time of arrival (
This month
Date
Year Week
Year Month
Year
Total elapsed time
MODE
* All the distance displays up to 99999 km or mile in integral number except
MODE ( p r e s s
& hold) for today and yesterday.
Pressing and holding MODE on the measuring
screen returns the measurement data to 0.
Night mode (
This week
Estimated time
of arrival
When MODE is pressed and held, “Display format”, “Hour”, and “Minute” will appear, in this order.
* When 12h is selected, “AM/PM selection” is required.
MODE
Speed/temperature unit selection
Select “km/h” or “mph” for the speed unit, and “°C” or “°F” for the
temperature unit.
* After changing the unit, it is necessary to perform the resetting operation.
Data view (DST VIEW / CO2 VIEW)
This unit automatically saves the trip distance and the Carbon offset, which can be viewed
for the day, week, month, year, and total.
Data view's contents and update timing
Trip distance and the Carbon offset saved are updated at 0:00 in the morning. The
update timing for the day, week, month, and year is as follows.
Item
Description
Trip distance per day. Data can be viewed for today and yesterday.
DAY At the time of updating at 0:00 in the morning, the unit saves yesterday's data, and disWEEK
MON
YEAR
TOTAL
cards the data for the day before yesterday.
The data for every 7 days starting from January 1st, regardless of the day of the week, is
stored as data for the week. Data can be viewed for this week and last week.
At the time of updating every 7 days, the unit stores the data for last week, and discards
the data for the week before the last week.
The data starting from the 1st to the end of the month is stored as data for the month. Data
can be viewed for this month and last month.
At the time of updating at the beginning of a month, the unit stores the data for last month,
and discards the data for the month before the last month.
The data starting from January 1st to December 31st is stored as data for the year. Data
can be viewed for this year and last year.
At the time of updating on January 1st, the unit saves the data for last year, and discards
the data for the year before the last year.
The total trip distance (Total Distance) can be viewed and the total Carbon offset since the
computer started measuring.
* When the total distance is entered manually, the entered value is reflected.
How to calculate the Carbon offset (CO2 VIEW)
The Carbon offset are calculated as follows.
Trip distance (km) x 0.15 = Carbon offset (kg)
* This factor of 0.15 is determined by applying the average value of the overall gasoline-powered
passenger cars in 2008 to the equation of the “Carbon offset from 1km drive of a gasoline-powered
car” described on the website of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and Tourism.
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Specification
How to restart
After changing the battery, or when the computer displays an error, restart the computer
according to the following procedure.
*With the restarting operation, the speed unit, date, tire size, and record data in the data view are retained.
*When the restarting operation is performed before 0:00 in the morning, the trip distance and the Carbon offset for the day are not saved due to the data view’s update timing. To retain the measurement
data for the day, perform the restarting operation before starting measurement on the next day.
Refer to “Data view’s update timing” for the procedure to save the data view.
1.Press the AC button on the back of the computer.
2.Set the date. To set the date, refer to “Preparing the computer-3”.
*At the time of setting the date, the latest record date in the data view is initially displayed, and any
date before that cannot be set.
3.Set the clock. Refer to “Preparing the computer 4”.
Maintenance
To clean the computer or accessories, use diluted neutral detergent on a soft cloth, and
wipe it off with a dry cloth.
Replacing the battery
Computer
Standard parts
CO
Close
If turns on, replace the battery. Install a new lithium battery
(CR2032) with the (+) side facing upward. After the battery change,
go through the restart operation, by pressing the AC button.
Battery
Computer : Lithium battery (CR2032) x 1, Sensor : Lithium battery (CR2032) x 1
Battery life Computer : Approx. 1 years (If the computer is used for 1 hour/day; the battery life will vary
depending on the conditions of use.)
Sensor : Unit Total Distance reaches about 10000 km (6250 mile)
* It may be shortened significantly when backlight is used frequently.
* This is the average figure of being used under 20 °C temperature and the distance between the
computer and the sensor is 65 cm.
Controller��������������������������4 bit, 1-chip microcomputer (Crystal controlled oscillator)
Display������������������������������Liquid crystal display
Sensor������������������������������No contact magnetic sensor
Transmission distance������Between 20 and 70 cm
Tire circumference range������0100 mm - 3999 mm (Initial value: 2096 mm)
Working temperature��������32 °F - 104 °F (0 °C - 40 °C) (This product will not display appropriately when
exceeding the Working Temperature range. Slow response or black LCD at lower or
higher temperature may happen respectively.)
Dimensions/weight Computer : 2-9/32” x 1-1/2” x 3/4” (58 x 38 x 19 mm) / 1.02 oz (29 g)
Sensor : 1-41/64” x 1-3/8” x 19/32” (41.5 x 35 x 15 mm) / 0.53 oz (15 g)
* The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the above-mentioned specification.
* The specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
IN
#160-2190N
Parts kit
Open
CR2032
#160-2196
Speed sensor
#160-0280N
Bracket band
#160-2193
Bracket
#169-9691N
Wheel
magnet
Optional parts
#160-2770
Bracket holder
#166-5150
Lithium battery (CR2032)
*Then restart the computer according to “How to restart”.
Sensor
Close
Open
IN
CR2032
CO
When the speed is not displayed even after adjusting correctly, replace the battery. Install a new lithium battery
(CR2032) with the (+) side facing upward. After replacement,
check the positions of the sensor and magnet.
Troubleshooting
MODE does not work when the computer is mounted on its bracket.
Check that there is no dirt betw een the bracket and the com puter.
Wash off the bracket with water to get rid of any dirt.
The sensor signal reception icon does not flash (the speed is not displayed). (Move the computer near the sensor, and turn the front wheel. If the sensor signal reception icon flashes, this
trouble may be a matter of transmission distance due to battery drain, but not any malfunction.)
Check that the clearance between the sensor and m agnet is not too large. (Clearance: within 5 m m )
Check that the m agnet passes through the sensor zone correctly.
Adjust the positions of the magnet and sensor.
Is the com puter installed at the correct angle?
Back of computer must face toward the sensor.
Check that the distance between the com puter and sensor is correct. (Distance: within 20 to 70 cm )
Install the sensor within the specified range.
Is the com puter or sensor battery w eak?
In w inter, battery perform ance dim inishes.
Replace with new batteries. After replacement, follow the procedure “Replacing the battery”.
No display.
Is battery in the com puter run dow n?
Replace it. Then restart the computer referring to “How to restart”.
Incorrect data appear.
Restart the computer referring to “How to restart”.
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